Beautiful is anything that attracts the senses and triggers admiration. It is most commonly attributed to sight but once interpreted by the mind it is compartmentalized into ones own idealism. Meaning everyone doesnt see the same beauty in things.
Beauty is all around us. It can be found in the smallest of God's creations to the largest. The most beautiful being God himself, which is love. Love is such a beautiful thing.
Beautiful is anything that brings pleasure with its scent, taste, sound, touch, or visual presence.
beauty is life
Beautiful is the way a couple looks at each other after a fight, its the way nature grows around a demolished building, its the way an animal runs or walks. Its the way a tornado looks when you are in the center, its the first rain of spring.
beauty is life
Jravit1 thank you. My favorite part, "the way nature grows around a demolished building." No that is amazing. It makes me think about looking at the line between sidewalk squares; grass always grows there. Thanks for stopping by; keep hubbing!
Beautiful (to me) is when my brain/mind is stimulated to respond to something to which I find delight in. It is both a physical and mental response to something that I find attractive and yet tempts me tactile, or visually, or auditorily, and makes me feel good or comfortable about it.
Thank you all for your posts. Some very insightful answers, very thought-provoking, and "out of the box" thoughts. But, Ratatoesk stole my heart with his simple view of everyone enjoying the beauty in their own perspective. Keep hubbing!
Beautiful is unique to each individual. Beauty is that which is appealing in one's own eye.
For me all that God has created is beautiful. Everything thing that we see around us is beautiful.
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